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Ice Slide Winter: A Merry Brook Story (1981 Hardback)


£30.00

Very good condition hardback.

First Edition Published in 1981
by Rod and Staff Publishers, Kentucky, USA.
Author: Mary M. Landis.
Approx dims: 220mm h x 145mm w x 24mm d.

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Ice Slide Winter: A Merry Brook Story

Condition and Description:

Very good condition hardback.

First Edition Published in 1981 by Rod and Staff Publishers, Kentucky, USA.
Author: Mary M. Landis.
Approx dims: 220mm h x 145mm w x 24mm d.

Intact clean glossy condition pictorial boards & spine with some slight bumping to corners and slight signs of handling. 289 clean pages of English text with black and white illustrations, no inscriptions. Image shown is of actual book for sale.

Synopsis of Ice Slide Winter: A Merry Brook Story:

”Ice Slide Winter begins where Coon Tree Summer stops, involving the reader in the unpredictable and diverse activities of the eight Brooke children in the coldest and snowiest winter that they can remember.

Experiences at school, Candy and her foal, Father’s car wreck, cold, cold days with snow and more snow, secrets and surprises, toboggan and sleigh rides, and then, of course, the Great Idea that is the cap sheaf of all the winter’s fun and excitement–a little more excitement than any of the Brookes have bargained for–are just a few of the happenings that transpire in this eventful winter.

Being a normal family, none of the children are perfect and Father and Mother Brooke, being Christian parents, instruct their children and teach them the Bible principles and rules by which God expects them to live.

The result is a happy home with loving and harmonious relationships where contentment and respect for God and parents is the rule of life.

Those readers who enjoyed Coon Tree Summer will be delighted with this new Merry Brook Farm story. Though written to especially appeal to readers from ten to thirteen years old, many younger and older children will also enjoy reading it.”

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